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Jul
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comment Using named nodes as pgfplots coordinates
Yes, it does. I feel a bit stupid now for not having thought of referencing the style via /pgfplots/ myself ... I'll wait another day or so to accept. If there's no answer addressing the question in the title, I'll accept yours and probably change the title to something more reflective of the question body and your answer.
Jul
28
revised Using named nodes as pgfplots coordinates
fixed bug in MWE (missing \end{axis})
Jul
28
comment Using named nodes as pgfplots coordinates
Thanks, that works great. If there is an answer in the next few days that manages to use \addplot, I'd prefer it (because of the duplicate style issue). Otherwise, I'll accept this one.
Jul
28
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Jul
28
asked Using named nodes as pgfplots coordinates
Jun
28
revised Problems compiling Tufte title page in XeLaTex
More informative question title
Jun
28
suggested approved edit on Problems compiling Tufte title page in XeLaTex
Jun
25
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Jun
25
asked xspace inserts a space when used inside \enquote
Jun
2
comment How to put a full citation in the text *without* adding an entry to the bibliography
I would very much appreciate a bibtex solution, as I am facing the same problem and don't want to switch to biblatex at this stage of this particular project.
Apr
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Feb
23
comment itemize inside a node breaks when no text width is given
@egreg It is indeed, didn't even dawn on me to search for other list types. I'm happy to close it but would maybe suggest generalising the original question to other list types so it can be found easier.
Feb
23
comment itemize inside a node breaks when no text width is given
@egreg In that case, feel free to post it as an answer and I'll accept it.
Feb
23
asked itemize inside a node breaks when no text width is given
Dec
23
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Dec
10
asked How to make refcheck work with autoref?
Nov
29
comment View specific pdf version from git repository with linux application
A PDF that is generated from a latex file is the same as a class, jar, exe or other file that is compiled from source. It should not be under version control in the first place. Every time you compile the PDF, it will be marked as changed, even if the latex file hasn't, due to time stamps, etc. If you want to see a specific version of the document, checkout that version's revision and compile it.
Nov
25
revised What are the different kinds of boxes in (La)TeX?
Fixed error in code (width is a mandatory argument in parbox), rephrased sentence to exceed necessary 6 character edit limit
Nov
25
suggested approved edit on What are the different kinds of boxes in (La)TeX?
Sep
25
comment Minor bugfixes and adjustments for the TOC of classicthesis
A related (but IMO not duplicate) question about adjusting the TOC of classichesis.